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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 22 June 1861

rf.'n.T'v. ii uia I'fcOias;:' if' ' U " .1 i ' " ' "II 1 I ' ' ...III ' . . ' ' . " . . 70 L. VII i. NO. 12 vW EWJ3EIUES. COLUMBUS; OHIO, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 22, ;1861. SIX 00LLAE3 FEE TEAS, InTariAbly la Advance, va-. - i. x- i.tf wtattsmavi DAILY, T3I-wimXY AND WEEKLX MANYPENNY & MILLER, PUBLISH) KS AND PBOPBIiTOBB. O Office DM. 89, 88 tad 40, Vortk High, It. TERMS IHVABtABW hi ADYANOS."4''' ' ' Dally ' - . ..i ; i$8 00 per year. Cj Carrier, per, week, MX cents. frl-WeMly . .- . ' . ' .80 DO ptrjnr. Weokly. ' - 44 " 1 00 Advertising by. tbe Square. miunr 1 yeai...20 00 One " U month IB 00 no (I monlhi 15 00 One " " 3 months lit 00 3ne , ; month! . 8 00 Jn "1 month. 3 00 One square 3 week. . 4 00 On a lmkl 8 00 Onq , " lweek... 1 79 On 8dyi ... 100 On , " 2 days... 7 On " 1 Insertion SO Displayed advortlMmenti halt mora than the above rate. Advertisement leaded and placed in the column et Sprclal Notice!," double th4 ordinary rttt . All notices required to be published by la...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 22 June 1861

1 10LI2B, Publishers. ootiVMnya' OHIO England's Position toward the United States. The last arrival from Liverpool seems to con- Bern th. Idee that the British Uovernmem wm, for the preeent at least, remain Inflexible on two .intflrt.noito permit privateers to bring chelr prizes Into BrltUh ports! and secondly, not to recognise the Southern Rebel Confederacy as an Independent and sovereign power. TM. interdiction of ntlveteere from entering British porta la In accordance with the principle JnntMl b the Great Powera In the Parle Peace Coogreu, In 1806. At the opening of the Ros lian war, In 1854, Eogland and France, the two ereat naval Dowere who might be constaereu mint Interested In continuing the practice, pro claimed their purpose to Issue no letters of marque during the war At tho close of the war, the Great Powers of Europe, by their rep resentatives In the Peaoe Congress at reris, or dared the abolition of privateering. It would, therefore, be a cross Inconsistency for England...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 22 June 1861

l)tl)tf) Statesman SATOEDAr MORNING, JUNE 38.1861 LOCAL MATTERS. Tbe Adam Express Company plaoesw daily under obligations to it for the very latest papers ....... uio VUDlorU VlblCB, ; The American Express Company has our thanks for Its dally farora In the shape of the crj mwuv eastern papers. '., '. School Norics. The examination of the public schools in this olty will take plaoe on Monday and Tuesday, the 24ih and 25th Inst, The closing exerolies of the High Sohooi will take plaoe at Bigelow Chapel on next Tuesday evening. Tbe present term will close on Tuesday the nn mat. ine schools will be re opened on tbe via aay of September next. , All those oitlzens who aoted last year on the committee or examiners, and tbe friends of dod Uar education generally, are cordially Invited to be present at and take part in the examina tions next Monlay and Tuesday. We especially call upon tbe parents to attend, ana Dy their presence practically manifest their interest In the mental welfare of th...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 22 June 1861

JM id W LLiBDWARG STORE JUST RECEIVED BY WII A, GILL, No. 30 North High Street, On of the UtgwX u( But Matted Assert Of' EVER OPIBBED IH THIS CITTI House Builders' Furnishings Of EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY. French American PAINTS O BOUND IH ", aad pat p In half pound can fcr ramily a, nd Dry faint In bulk. ' Brushes of every variety & quality. A Splendid Assortment of MACHINISTS TOOLS. CARRIAGE MATERIADS. . AXES GRINDSTONES, fco. GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ac FISHING TACKLE. . ROPE & CORDAGE LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER BELTING. WEDGES, MAULS PUMPS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SCYTHES, &o', " SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS Table and Pocket Cutlery. 1 specially IbYlta the attention of all Intereattd to my took of Pooket end Table Cutlery, ana ' . ' ' slLVEB PLATED fOBUS, Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons, Butter Knivs, -fee., of AOOERRa BRO'B. Manufacture, warranted to be irrahesw. BlecUv-Plattd.on genuine Albatt. Country Merchant, Mechanic, and others, are Invited to oall and examine my Stock, aa I ...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 23 June 1861

1 . . . i I i. ii ,.r i , m i r i Mtr. ei'vii ii "ii " .,..- mm mm m mm ' i v mm n i n . v u a v. v. t& m. m a wda. ' i . , , ,, . . i . . ..,.. - - - - VOL VII i. NO. 13. NEW; SERIES. cWllBlSToffibTsUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1861. SIX DOLLASS Ml TUB, V IaTrlblj la" Adraae ljc )w3Mtmaxi l A ILY. TRI-WEEILY AND WEEKLY W1ANYPENNY & MILLER, fUBLiSHJBS AHD PBOPBIXTOBI. , fcT Offiot Dot. 86, 38 and 40, North High St . , TKHM8 INYABIAI1LY IN ADVANCE. Dally . . :-'' $8 00 per year ' " By tho Carrier, per week, 18 U cent. I'rl-Weslflf . . . S 00 per jer. Weekly, .... ... . 1 00 " ., orm r Advertlalng- by the Square. nt square I yeai...S20 00 On saner I weeki. .4 BO One On iat One One li mr,t.tbt 18 Oil 0 wonthj 15 00 3 months 10 00 I! months 8 00 1 month. 3 00 On 8 week.. 1 00 On On On One.: 1 week... 1 75 3 dan... 1 00 Bdava... 75 1 insertion 90 Displayed adverllMraenta half mor than; the abort rate. ; i . vr I ', . Advertisements lesded and placed to the ooliunaof npix.u.1 noucesr i...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 23 June 1861

Sljf (Oljifl fttattsman KisirEinrr hoiks, puwwm. QoiiTTMBXJB. OHlQ.i- '-' rsUNDAY MORNING. JUNeIJSCI. rt.t. . ' The Fall Campaign--The Democratic The Fall Campaign--The Democratic State Convention. odto.fllBB anxious Jot an early Democratlo State !' Contention, aniHn their teal manifest a spirit "'pffftuIadiogwUb tbe State Central iom . mltiM. which lewbollv D.warraneti His tree that the aspect ol affairs he ma- erlellj changed slnoe the last conference held bv the Committee, la thle Cttv, eome two month. aco. . It wee then very difficult to deter mine' eaiisfaotorllv the proper polity to adopt, "m4 he Committee acted with the beet lights SVi,H'ubefofo It, nod. decided to poetpone the annuel w . Conf entloa of the party ontil an onuenallv late m-i-u their eotlon wei not, however, deem' Jd. aaaiteriblend nothing baebeeo eacrlfleed .!,'.'. bylt..The Republican perty baa been ueing Mrr.nalf"nn at feet at any or ue could desire, ana "'""''le to day lu a more disorganized and demoral . u...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 23 June 1861

' SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1861. LOCAL MATTERS. Tbe "Adams Express Company placet us dally under obligations to it for tbe very latest papers I mm the eastern cities. ' The American Express Company has our thanks for Us dally favors in the shape of the very latest eastern papers. Religious Notice. Rev. Thomas Gorman will deliver a discourse Sunday -evening la tbe Universale Church "Upon the Me and Char acter of the late Hon. Stiphin A. Douolas." Time of service, half past seven o'clock. Movement or Taoor At six o'olock on Friday srenlng, the Third Regiment, Col. Mar bow, and the Fourth, Col. Andbewi, numbering la the aggregate near nineteen hundred men, left Camp Dennison, for Bellalre, la two speoial trains, occupying forty-four oars Major H, B Ewiso, Brigade Inspector, was in command, aocompaDied by Capt .Honteb, Aid de Camp to Qen ScHLiicH, and Quartermaster Hinei, The troops were in great glee, delighted at tbe prospect of immediate active service. Cheer after oheer was given by...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 23 June 1861

S l - " 15 i.n " Vjl :- J,j.J .' I. ' " 1 4i -4 1)1 ') ' L.I ;rr I"1 (.".r-ie.i. t ; I, .X-.J.ii- i i s. k i n a i XSl JU1 w DARDWABESTODB t'f JUST RECEIYED BY Wl A. GILL, No. 30 North High Street, .-. -V I " ' f . On Of 'tht Urgent asd Bnt Seleeted Aeteet or ii x T3ct jr cTCQr itir offered tnis oityi ill "'' flonser, Builders' 1 Fnraisluags X 0' Ii : OF BYBBY 8TYLB AND CUAXITT. - rnnek America OlCUBlS .,Vr?t'-- paints ettotmp Ik on. aad pat ato feron4oan for family aee, ud Pa ."'""jni ' rBUtJlaeal. ; Ipuslies.ol every variety & quality, l.!u' A Splendid Anoartmeot of MACHINISTS TOOLS. 'CARRIAGE MATERIAC3. ' ' AXES GRINDSTONES, bo. i t . "'i ?;.2tr i1.3C GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, o. FISHING TACKLE. : ' ROPE ft CORDAGE, V UaTHER AND INDIA RUBBER. BELTING. WEDGES, MAUL3, PUMPS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, .1 PCYTHE8,o, ' y'lv,'- CALES BELLS, CHAINS Table and Pocket Cutlery. 1 MpcohOlr Isttto tli ttleattoo of ail lattrated to bj itMk of Poottt ta4 Tabto Ontlnyi Md ; - IILVER fUTED f OBKI, ...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 25 June 1861

'I U ": l- .-III ., ( ' ; ' i! '7 !,;:.; J.:1 :..f . ; .1 tsrt COLUMBUS. OHIO,' TUESDAY , M0BKIN6. , JUNE .25, 186L SIX DOLUS! FES YZAB, Inrtrlably In Adrtnci YOL. .VII1J0. U; NEW ..:H H.'Jl , ..tJ. i! 1 15 v ... rr . i ... : t- ., ;) ,i z 11 ' ril 1 II ,r. -a. M. m DAILY, TEI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY MANYPENNY & MILLER. PpBtI8H;ttS AHD FSOPEIIIOBB. i i " -i i ' ' i - CTPffiM Hot. S8, 8t a4 10, Sorth Elgh IU J . IKRMS INTAKUBLX IN ASTANCI. n; :c i Dally , . , ,.,6 00 pwyMi. y uie v&mer, per whi, a6 unit. Trl-WosVlT - . - SOOptrynr. Weekly, .. oo ) n.-3 cri 6r AdretUulag by the 8qnar. ctsqtinrol yeai...$20 00 Od " Umottbt 18 00 3n " 6 month! IS 00 0n " 3 montlu 10 00 3d ' ? 2 month! 8 00 One " 1 bobUi., 8 00 One ttjoare 3 weekly. 4 00 One .j-M .,-2 weekf.. 3 00 One' week... 175 On o On On '. 3d.n...0U '' llsMrtton 40 Displayed adTnilttmenti half more than tha abev latM. .. i I. . Ii AitretMsementir letded and placed In the eolama f ivMHol(xt," double ordinary rat4. V : All notices r...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 25 June 1861

KAnwanrr kiixib. rubiuhsra.: GEO. W. MAWyKWJI COLUMBUS, OHIO. TUESDAY MORNING.- JUNE 85. 1B6I. Neutrality of European Governments. meat. the The ;n. h Hi. which left Southampton on th 17th tat,' we learn that the Paris Montour m.ri. tha declaration thst'Loois NaMUOH -n,.!.. maintain th strictest neu.Ua.Uj U Ajerr loan affairs. 1 There can be no. doubli Aa such la the present iDteDVion of both the French and Rn'.H.h n0vernents. , It should be the busl- f n. Rnvirnment and neople to tee to It .k. tt... rir. not abandon that Intention- We have already allnded to the mod In which the neutrality of foreign powers can be safely se oured. namely, by auch an overwhelming demon strailori of onr strength, and inch a prompt and w. nrMecatlon of the war as shall con- TUce tb world that thei Rtbels stand no chance Of ultimate; iUiceee. 'J . ; tt i. . a thai the dread and hatred the mon arobl.ts and erlstoerata of Europe haTeot our B.oioorailo Institutions will Induoe to ,r,i,. that nraaenta itee...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 25 June 1861

TUESDA,MORNIJG, JUNE 25, 1861. LOCAL MATTERS. Tbe Adama F.Vnaiiiaia. (inu. i,,., .tall. , - . r- - wuiui uinu w umiij - . vsa,,, , ls lunoa Verj mini papers The Amur lean Express Company baa our ,. thanks for , Its dally favort,luU snap of the . . Terr latent eastern nanara. t .' i r - - - j - Council. Prom idinos. The . City Counoil neid a regular, session last evening- ' Mr. Comhtooi oreaenled' a Detition from aim dry citizens for the passage of an ordlnaaao to regulate the height of smoke-stacks, to require lighter placed upon the top, and proper secur ity of tbe furnace, go that it will not endanger m adjoining property.; The petitioner! oalled the attention of tbe Couneil nartfdula'rlv try on the corner of State and Front street, that iney thought extremely dangerous, having set fire to the adjoining premised two or three timet in one day. The petition was referred to the committee on Ordinances and Revision. Quite a large number of Paving Ordinances .were read the first and se...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 25 June 1861

IIABDWAIIE STOBE . . . - : . -i l . , JUST RECEIVED BY -j Wl i. GILL, : ITo. 30 North High Street, Om of tie Largest and Best Seieetsol Asset t . 1 ' . of ' . :. ' I ( ever offered in totb orrvi HoEse B Gilders' FurmshiBgs . Of EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY. ' ' , .. - ' ' trencn A American "7rixLXo w O-ltuas ! PAINTS GROUND IN OIL, ' tod pat p la half pound cans for family uss, ui Dry ; ' - . ' Paints In balk. , , , j 1 Brushes of every variety & quality. A Splendid Assortment of I MACHINISTS TOOLS. CARRIAGE MATERIADS. AXES GRINDSTONES, fee. GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ao. ; V FISHING TACKLE.; - -ROPE & CORDAGE, LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.' BELTING-, v I ' WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, ' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SCYTHES, to., . SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS Table and Pocket Cutlery. 1 espeotally invite the attention of all Intonated t my stock of Poeket and Table Cutlery, and SILVER PLATED FORKS, Tabic, Desert, and Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, c, of ttOGERRh A BRO'S. Manufacture, warranted to be extra heav...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 26 June 1861

VOL. VIII. NO. 15. NEW SERIES. COLUMBUS. OHIO, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 26, 1861. IH DOLLARS PEB TUB, Inrarlably in Advast, 1 M " 1 - ' 1 ii.. . i. in .I,,., . ll)C &)w Statesman DAILY, TM-WEIKLY AND WEEKLY MANYPENNY & MILLER, PUBLISH BS AND PBOPBIKTOBI CP Office Not. 80, 88 and 40, Worth High 8t. 1SRM3 INVARIABLY IN ADVANOl. flally . ... $6 00 pryear. - IUB vaiTIOT, pr WOOa, W6 MUtS. rrl-Wpjlflv ... . .. i 00 par year weexiy, . . . 1 00 " cnii of Advertising-fcy the Squar n.aature 1 veai..."a on One square 3 weeks.. Si 00 On ' tweaki.. 3 00 On. " 9 month 18 00 Dne " e month. , IS 00 3ns 3 months 10 00 Ont t month! 8 00 One " 1 month. 5 00 On . " ltttk.,, 1 75 On " 3 day.., 100 One 8 days ..i 75 One 1 lniertloB SO Displayed advertisement, half more than the above rates. A.lvcitlsements leaded and placed In the eolamaof putrmi nonces, ami (He tne ordinary rates. All notices reoulroc to be published by law, legal rate. i im.ich.-uuu ire insiae exclusively alter tne oral week pe...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 26 June 1861

I KAHTPlOTre KILLER, rnblUBUl. OEO. W. WA"""""''' Ed,,r nnt.TTMBUS, OHIO. wfonesdaY MOayiNUtJUJE26, 1861. A Strong Government. The uE government Haa . , mi. tha el and nnaitnUy wit w4ol uu.nnJrted by tVe people Whatever ma be the form of lu administration, a government it strong or wee, j In proporstca aa aae e nle fetl an Interest iu it and make It their own v . - nmM1Hi -nd Tbt mess oi wot ."' V . aegraaeo, toe, . a. JCUJ fHVJ -i - i long as ihey think their government .the but a. long a. e, a ' rltSl! oause. It can never lack power ana mc.uj. Bat th ireer and the more enlightened the peo- rr-l l. are. the greater will bo the strength or tneir reaterwill bo the ttrengtn oi tnei if they yield it a cordial and un government u way j wavering support. W.. Americans, believe, that pur government the beet for us that buman wisdom could hae . TT. 1ft tllA ItFfr&OT OI DUi fitWs: we love it, becaale 11 aecuret our rlghtt and freedom of action a cltiiene af tep rate Statee, and- at fell...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 26 June 1861

llittDliiaStaffStiwn WEDNESDAY MOftNING, JUNE 26, 1861. LOCAL MATTERS. The Adam Express Company placet us dally under obligations to It for .be very latest pap era vui mo oaaieru cities. Tbe American Express Company hat our thanki for ita daily favors In tbs ibape of the very latciC eaatern papers. . , " . V Colomboi Iniant Gasosm. Want of proper occupation is tbe ruin of obildrenr and It la tba experience of all teacher that during tbe long Summer vacation ot our sobools, iced o( ml chief are town wtaloh it require month to eradicate- I would therefore reepeoilullv tag gest to tbe citizen of Columbuo, that I have decided to continue my " Infant Garden" dur ing the Summer, and that tbey would find this a ear and desirable retreat for their children during tbeir vacation. - If parent could be In duced to look in upon our merry little nVk;I am persuaded many would desire their children to juin it. I would respectfully refer to the kind noilcesof our sobool la the " Oblo States msu" du...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 26 June 1861

DAHDVABE STORE JU8T RECEIVED BY mi a; gill, No. 30 North High Street, On of tha Urgest and But aittd A. :. ; '? .Of - ' IVBII OFFSttED IN THIS 0ITT1 ' wnaeaBewna t House Builders' Furnishings 6? BY BUY STTtl AND QUALITY. ., ,". F reach Ac Amter learn ' l'AINTS OROCHD IN Oil., aad pat ap in half pound cast for family in, and Dry ralntilabalk. -.' Brushes of every variety & quality. A Splecdid Auortmant of MACHINISTS TOOLS. CARRIAGE MATERIAD9. AXES GRINDSTONES, A. . GUNS, PI&T0L8, SHOT, fto. FISHING TACKLE. ROPE CORDAGE. LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER. V BELTING, v WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SCYTHES, c, ' SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS Table and Pocket Cutlery. 1 arpeoialty laTlt. the attention of all Interested to ay stock f Pocket and Ttblt Cutlery, and SILVER PLATED FORKS, Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, fcc, - of itOGKKRa A BEO'8. Maaumoture, warranted lo be extreheary. Elwtro-Plated, on genuine Albatta. Country Merchants Meohaaloa, and other, ait tattle...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 27 June 1861

VOL. YIIl. NO. 16 NEW SKRIES; COLUMBUS. OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 27 1861. ffije pailij ,7 11 II II. I A: II II s . -iuov- ; ;., ---- DAILY. TRI-WErilT AND WEEKLY MANYPENNY & MILLER, PUBLISH. Eg AND PBOPBUTOBg O Offic fioi. 86, 88 and 40, orth High St. TB RMS IS VARIABLY IN ADVANCE Oally . ... $8 00 peryar, " By the Carrier, per week, ia cents. rrl-Wojkly . , . . . 8 00 per year. weeiuy, . --.' i. J uo crui of Advertising by the Square. ne square 1 yeai . . . 20 00 On. ' 9 month 1H 00 On. " . 6 month! 15 00 One " 3 months 10 00 On. i! month! 8 00 On. " 1 month. S 00 On. square 3 wwki. 4 00 On. . " , S weak. On. 1 week.. . 1 OU . 1 75 . 1 00 On. 3 day On. " 3 day. 75 On. 1 Insertion 50 Displayed advortlssments half nor. than th. abov rtuea. , Advertisements leaded and placed In th column Of Bp jrlnl Notloei," double th ordinary rati. , All notices required to be published by law, legal rate. ii uruemi on me memo exclusively arur ibe nrst week per ceu;. more than th. above rate...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 27 June 1861

lj (Dljio Statesman V'oOIjVMBUS. ohxo. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1861. How Long should the War Last ? Untfl' thVobjiol ftr which it wti begun, la attained, tod not a moment longer. Wht thai oWeot ! map M learned from k. PrMMmt'i Proclamation of th 15th of , UetOfclHng for 75,000 troopi, In order to '. lapprow powtrful oomblnattons oppoelae; and ohetruoUng the execution of the United States .. . lam. and to cause suou lews to be duly exe- flnud. The eole obleot of the war. then, to -. unreal It In the briefest terms, U, on the part k Administration, the execution of the va ejisw -w Basra ti the United States. - i r When theie laws oan be cxecnUd in all parts of tht Uulon without taeTnterference end oppo altfim of oombloationi too powerful to be sap- Dressed bv the ordinary course "of "Judlolal pro. ceedlngs, otW the power Ttitea w shalibylaw," theobjeetof tbe wat will, so cording to, President IhoouIi, hats been fully aoeomyiuied, end must of necessity come to sn and. fcotTne'tass o...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 27 June 1861

ii)t Statesman THURSDAY MORNINO, JUNE 87, 1861. LOCAL MATTERS. Tie Adams Express Company places us dally uuui-r uuuguiiuuiim 11 ior we very Mini papers (ruin the eastern cities. The American Express Company has our thanks for its daily favors in the shape of the very latOBt eastern papers. D We happened yesterday in a 'Jeweller's store in this city, and observed aa honest, nn pretending locking man In the attire of a sol dier, with a set of old fashioned silver teaspoons in his hand, which he desired to sell.! The jew eller said he was not buying old silver except in exchange for new articles. - "They are pure silver," said the man, "and my mother bought them with her own earnings, I am a soldier, and am out of money, and hare a great neces sity for a little. Indeed, I must hare It, otherwise I would not part with these spoons for any consideration." "But," he oontlnued, "the Government has paid us nothing yet. and I am very much iu need of a little money indeed, I must have it." Hi...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 27 June 1861

OAIID W AillfiSTORB JUST RECEIVED BY v ) ' ", WL1 A. GILL, ITo. 30 North High Qtreet, One 01 the Larjsst ana Beet Selected Assert BVEB OffERED 15 THIS OITO House Builders1 Farnishings Or BV1BX SITUS AND QUALITY. ' ' French American Window aloes t PAINTS GROUND IN OIL, end pit p la httf poandMM for family uie, end Dry ralototslNlk. , Brushes of every variety & quality. A Splendid Aasortment of MACHINISTS TOOLS. CARRIAGE MATERIAD8. . AXES GRINDSTONES, to. ' . GUNS.PISTOLS, SHOT, Ju. ; FISHING TACKLE. ROPE k CORDAGE, LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER. . BELTING. WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, . AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SCYTHES, 9lc., SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS Table and Pocket Cutlery. 1 eopeeially Invito th attention of all Intenited to my (took of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and ' '' SILVER PLATED FORKS, Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, &c, of llOaiBBa BBO'8. Manufactore, warranted to bt extra heavy, ElactroPlated.on genuine Albatta. . Ooantry Merchanti, Mechanic, and other, an Invited t...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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